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Which theorem or postulate proves the two triangles are similar?

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you mean SAS?

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yeah, that's same
this is same as previous question, i would tick AA similarity
it's neither SSA or AA
and it's not SAS
how ?
actually..hmm I guess you could use AA, nvm but SSS works too
What is it?? :(
you mean SAS works too ?
no SSS
that page I posted explains
from that page "SSS Similarity Theorem This theorem states that if the sides of two triangles are in proportion, then the triangles are similar."
so, it's SSS?
no jim, all 3 pairs of sides need to form a proportion for SSS to work
SSS would have been my first choice....but AA works as well (you need to do a bit of work, not much though)
actually you just need 2 pairs and SSS works
This is worth a lot of points... :(
all 3 pairs of sides need to have same ratio, jim. only 2 side ratios matching wont do for SSS
hmm this page is odd, they use SSS first, then SAS nvm, i guess it's not accurate go for AA
good point ganeshie8
ty jim :)

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